Display all objects with Public Authorities

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How do you display all objects with publich authority?

 

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You can do DSPOBJAUT to an outfile.
Then run an SQL statement over the file.

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  • TomLiotta
    How do you display all objects with publich authority? You don't. The list is likely to be so long that you couldn't meaningfully display it. You can, however, run the PRTPUBAUT command to print a list of publicly authorized objects. Selection is first by object type. There is no choice of "*ALL" object types, so the command would be run once for *PM objects, once for *FILEs, etc. The list is also selected by library, but special values such as *LIBL and *ALLUSR can be used. Expect long lists for anything but single libraries. Instead of libraries, you can also select by directory. If a list must be displayed, you'll need to create the function. Other similar commands can be found through the SECTOOLS menu. Tom
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  • TomLiotta
    Typo --- "for *PM objects" s/b "for *PGM objects". Tom
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  • iNewbie
    thanks
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